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German Samuilovich Fridstein vs Vasily Smyslov
Moscow Championship (1944/45), Moscow URS, rd 3, Dec-??
Slav Defense: Alekhine Variation (D15)  ·  0-1



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Aug-09-09  King.Arthur.Brazil: First Black win d4 P, and use h1-a8 diagonal pressure to weak white Kside, while whitre make weak moves (Nc4, Qf1), 21...Bf3! exploded white Kside> The captured f2 and a5 passed P. so white still looking for survive. There's no way!

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